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Coalition for Networked Information Fall 2010 Meeting Podcasts
January 3, 2011

The Coalition for Networked Information Fall 2010 Member Meeting took place in Arlington, Virginia this December. It offered a wealth of information and content to attendees. Below you will find …

CNI Podcast: MacKenzie Smith on Linked Open Data and the Latest from MIT's Simile Project
December 29, 2010

In November, MIT began work on Exhibit 2.0 , a new project funded by the Library of Congress and collaborating with Zepheira LLC to redevelop the popular Exhibit tool from the MIT Simile…

CNI Podcast: Michael Seadle on National Hosting and Interoperability: The LuKII Project in Germany
December 29, 2010

In this interview, Michael Seadle, Dean and Principle Investigator on the LuKII Project at Humboldt-Universität Berlin, talks about the policy and technical issues involved in this interoperab…

CNI Podcast: David Greenbaum on Building Research Environments for the Digital Humanities
December 28, 2010

In September 2010, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded a $1.3 million grant to an international partnership of 10 universities to carry out the first 18-month build phase of a proposed multi-…

CNI Podcast: Tad Shull on Jazz Discography and Digital Communications
December 28, 2010

The history of jazz resonates in its recordings: they capture the act of musical creation in real time. A huge body of reference works on jazz recordings, the product of seventy years’ lab…

CNI Podcast: Library of Congress National Digital Preservation Program Initiatives for 2011
December 16, 2010

The National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) is launching a collaborative national alliance to support long-term access to digital content. Building upon …

CNI Podcast: Mira Waller on Helping Small and Independent Publishers with Project Euclid
December 16, 2010

Beginning in 2000, with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Cornell University Library initiated a not-for-profit publishing program to help small and independent publishers of math and…

CNI Podcast: Dean Krafft on Reimagining IT at Cornell University
December 16, 2010

In response to the financial crisis, Cornell University began a broad review of a number of functional areas of the university, including information technology. Over a one-year period from the s…

CNI Podcast: Gary Strong on Creating a Research Commons for Digital Scholarship at UCLA
December 16, 2010

A major feature of transformed space in the renovation of the UCLA Research Library will be a Research Commons for digital scholarship. Partnering with the Center for Digital Humanities , the …

CNI Podcast: Austin McLean on Reinventing Dissertation and Thesis Publishing
December 15, 2010

This fall, for the first time in its 71 year history, the ProQuest / UMI Dissertation Publishing service did not charge authors or universities a publishing fee for e-submissions of master’s t…


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